National Park De Hoge Veluwe
When you ask a Dutchman for the most famous Dutch nature park, the chances are high that he will mention the Veluwe. Walkers and cyclists regularly return to the Veluwe to enjoy the peace, open space, nature and wildlife. However, National Park De Hoge Veluwe offers more than just nature. Part of the National Park De Hoge Veluwe is the world famous Kröller-Müller Museum.
The Netherlands offers beautiful zoos and for both families and schools, zoos are a popular destination. Guests of Campsite De Boshoek can choose from Burgers' Zoo in Arnhem, Ouwehand Zoo in Rhenen and Apenheul in Apeldoorn. From elephants to flamingos and from lions to giraffes, you will discover the animal kingdom in one of these zoos.
Palace Het Loo
For a few hundred year, the Dutch royal family lived in the stately Palace Het Looin Apeldoorn. 2014 marks the 30th anniversary of the year that this unique museum was opened to the public. Those visiting Palace Het Loo and its surrounding ornamental gardens get a nice impression of how the royal family lived in this beautiful palace. Within the palace there is also an impressive collection of paintings, furniture and costumes exhibited.
It is guaranteed that children and adults alike will have a fun day at the Dolfinariumin Harderwijk. The dolphins are looking forward to showing their tricks to visitors during the shows which take place several times a day. The performances of the dolphins are spectacular. However, do not forget to also visit the seals, whales, porpoises and sea lions.
The amusement park Julianatoren in Apeldoorn is a family amusement park with over 60 attractions. Families with children under 12 will spend an unforgettable day in attractions like the roller coaster, the carousel and the ferris wheel. However there are also many shows that will make the children's hearts beat faster. The Magic Mouse Music Show or the show of Jul and the Magic laboratory, in which Jul the Mouse embarks on an exciting adventure.